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Mathieu Perreault

Mathieu Perreault  #85

Winnipeg Jets  Center
NUMBER: 85 BIRTHDATE: January 5, 1988  (AGE 26)
HEIGHT: 5' 10" BIRTHPLACE: Drummondville, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 185 DRAFTED: WSH / 2006 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 6th   (177th overall)
2014 Playoffs:
Last game: Scoreless in 8:24 TOI, May 14 @ LA
- Has 1-3=4 points in his last seven games
- Had a playoff career-tying (second time) 1-1=2 points in 13:17 TOI, Apr. 25 vs. DAL...marked his first career postseason GWG
- Scored a goal (1-0=1), Apr. 16 vs. DAL
- Marks his first playoff series vs. LA
Playoff Experience: 
Advanced to the Stanley Cup Playoffs the last two consecutive seasons with Washington
Played all seven CQF games vs. NYR in 2013, co-leading the team in scoring (1-3=4), assists and plus/minus (+3)
2013-14 Regular Season:
Appeared in his fifth NHL season, his first with Anaheim
Collected 18-25=43 points with a +13 rating and 36 PIM in 69 games
Set career highs in goals (previously 16 in 2011-12), assists (previously 14 in 2011-12), points (previously 30 in 2011-12) and plus/minus (previously +9, 2011-12)
- Led the Ducks in faceoff percentage (52.6%)
QMJHL First All-Star Team (2007) QMJHL Player of the Year (2007) QMJHL Second All-Star Team (2008) Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (2007, 2008) Signed as a free agent by HIFK Helsinki (Finland), November 24, 2012. Traded to Anaheim by Washington for John Mitchell and Anaheim's 4th round choice (later traded back to Anaheim, later traded to Dallas Dallas selected Brent Moran) in 2014 Entry Draft, September 29, 2013. Signed as a free agent by Winnipeg, July 1, 2014.
Quote of the Day

Because of the way they play and their skill set I don't think they're fourth-line players, so in my mind I'm looking at one of those guys I'll have to move over to the wing.

— Capitals coach Barry Trotz on his four-player battle for second-line center